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For many parents, just the thought makes them cringe. Dental injuries and children often go hand in hand, and it is important to know what to do if your child sustains a dental injury.
The treatment for deciduous teeth (often called milk teeth or baby teeth), is different from the treatment for injury to or loss of a permanent tooth.
If your child knocks out a baby tooth, do not put it back into the socket. Doing so can cause damage to the permenant teeth that have not yet come through. What you must do;
Your dentist will take a look and advise on the best course of action, and what you can expect from the injured tooth/area.
In this video paediatric nurse and founder of CPR Kids Sarah Hunstead steps you through the prevention, recognition and response to choking in babies and children. Essential knowledge for every family that you don’t want to miss.
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